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'''Philip McCord Morse''' (August 6, 19035 September 1985), was an American physicist, administrator and pioneer of operations research (OR) in World War II. He is considered to be the father of operations research in the U.S.
Birth date{{birth date|1903|08|06}}
Birth placeShreveport, Louisiana
Death date{{death date and age|1985|09|05|1903|08|06}}
Death placeConcord, Massachusetts
NationalityUnited States of America|American
Fields| workplaces = Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich
Cambridge University
Alma materCase School of Engineering
Princeton University
Thesis titleA Theory of the Electric Discharge through Gases
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Thesis year1929
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